AUDITION - YOUNG MALE ACTOR NEEDED FOR 1-MAN SHOW
Seeking a young male actor (age range 18-early 20’s to play 18) for a 1-young man play to be performed on Friday October 21, 2016 at the Westport Historical Society. “I Don’t See My Shadow” is a one-person play written by Michael Krysiuk based on his book “Why Me, Why Now,” which is a true story of his surviving a drunk driver accident. The director is Jason Howard. The performance will be sponsored by Liberty Mutual Insurance Company. Actor needs to be available to rehearse at a location in the Westport, CT area beginning in late September. Some pay will be provided. Auditions will be held on Friday Sept. 9 from 4-6 PM at the Westport Historical Society, 25 Avery Place (across from Town Hall) in Westport. Be prepared to audition with a 1-minute monologue. Please email a current photo/resume with your contact information to Rozanne Gates at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be contacted with an audition time.
Super baked goods & a Chance to meet Santa. Doesn't get any better!
Dinner, Live & Silent Auctions. Raffle with a handsome first prize.
Tickets on sale after all weekend Masses at the Church. All proceeds to local Charities.
Great Holiday shopping opportunity. Holiday pies, 20 vendors, Shabby Chic Boutique.
All are welcome!
If you missed your chance to check out all the great values at the Curio Cottage last week, you still have an opportunity to do so. Check it out ASAP!! Tuesday, August 23 through Friday, August 26: 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM and the very last day, Saturday, August 27: 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. All proceeds go to Fairfield Charities.
New at the Westport School of Music this fall -
In partnership with Mary Ann Hall's Music for Children,
we will offer "Saturday Morning Music" classes for 3 and 4 year old children. Youngsters will sing, dance, read rhythms, create, improvise, play a variety of instruments and enjoy the
FUN-damentals of music in every class.
For information about these classes, or for information about private lessons for all ages and levels, call the school at 203-227-4931. Please visit the website:
Give your unused basketball shoes a second, most useful life! We are collecting gently worn athletic shoes of all sizes and shipping them to some very grateful young student athletes who are participants in the Warlords Basketball Foundation in Lagos, Nigeria.
The Warlords Basketball Foundation conducts a series of academic and athletic camps for young Africans, aimed at giving them a chance to earn an education in the U.S. See this FB page for more info.
One Warlords alum is Sunday Okeke, now a senior at Greens Farms Academy in Westport, where he was named an All New England Prep School player last year. Sunday’s first-ever pair of basketball shoes were given to him by the Warlords foundation.
Sunday, a 6’8’’ power forward and dedicated scholar athlete, plans to use his athletic skills to help him pursue his goal of earning a college degree in the U.S. and eventually returning to Nigeria to help improve lives in his homeland.
“I want to be a psychologist,” Okeke told Westport News reporter Ryan Lacey last year. “I want to help people. I’ve seen people go through a lot and would love to help them, share my story and show them they can do anything in the future.”
Drop off your donated basketball shoes by Sept. 15 at 73 Valley Road in Westport (off Greens Farms Road, corner of Valley and Hale St.). Simply place them on the front porch and they will soon be on their way. (A donation to help with shipping costs is also appreciated.) Questions? Call Scott Smith at 203-505-9897. Thank you!
A 2016 Warlords camp in Nigeria, sponsored by the Greens Farms Academy boys basketball coaching staff.
Shoe-drive organizer Sunday Okeke, third from left, with his GFA
Less is more if you make the right choices. I can help you edit and organize your closet for fall and suggest pieces that will update your look.